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Title: SCHOOL YOUTH BOXING PROGRAM


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SCHOOL YOUTH BOXING PROGRAM
  • PARTICIPATION START-UP PACKET

JANUARY 2009
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Program Vision3 Organiza
tional Mission..4 USA
Boxing Who We Are....5 Benefi
ts of an In-School Program..9 Pro
gram Options10 Safety
.11 Benefits of
Boxing..12 Impact on
School Community.13 Simple as
1,2,3 Program Details...14 Addit
ional Information..32
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PROGRAM VISION
  • Opportunity to introduce amateur boxing as a
    school sports program.
  • Facilitate opportunities for youth to try boxing,
    thus providing a healthy alternative to time
    spent hanging out, doing drugs, and getting into
    trouble.
  • Increase youth engagement in sports
    participation, with USA Boxing and the Olympic
    movement.

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USA BOXING ORGANIZATIONAL MISSION
  • Enable U.S. Boxing Athletes to achieve and
    sustain competitive and Olympic excellence.
  • Grow the popularity of the sport of boxing in the
    U.S.
  • Use boxing to build character and positive social
    development among teens, particularly in urban
    areas.
  • Become one of the most respected, well-managed
    sports organizations anywhere in the world.

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USA BOXING WHO WE ARE
  • 57 Local Boxing Committees, (LBCS) make up the
    backbone membership of USA Boxing. They work in
    conjunction with USA Boxings National Office
    headquarters, that oversees over 38,000
    individual members, 1,800 member clubs and gyms,
    and the sanctioning of 1,500 boxing events
    annually.

(insert background of LBC here)
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USA BOXING LOCAL BOXING COMMITTEE LIST NAME
  • XX USA Boxing registered gyms
  • XX annual sanctioned events
  • XXX members
  • Famous (List State) Boxers
  • X
  • Y
  • Z

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USA BOXING LOCAL BOXING COMMITTEE LIST NAME
XX Total Boxing registered gyms include
  • List Cities and boxing gyms here

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CONFIRMED EXCELLENCE THROUGH BOXING
  • Recent ESPN Panel of Sports Science and Medical
    Experts rated boxing as the most athletic and
    demanding sport in the world
  • Ratings measured 10 criteria endurance,
    strength, power, speed, agility, flexibility,
    nerve, durability, hand-eye coordination and
    decision-making under pressure
  • Poll compared 60 sports including all major U.S.
    professional and Olympic sports

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THE TIME IS NOW!
How Students Benefit from a USA Boxing In-School
Program
  • Tremendous unmatched form of exercise.
  • Youth Boxing builds self-confidence, instills
    discipline, and promotes self-esteem.
  • Helps to directly and efficiently battle
    childhood/youth obesity.
  • Teaches extremely positive social values--
    athleticism, pride, courage, dedication,
    resourcefulness, sense of accomplishment.
  • Fully insured and sanctioned by USA Boxing (and
    the state amateur commission of State Name).
  • Extra low cost program to provide, and to
    participate
  • Open to boys and girls.
  • Highly effective way for teenagers to release
    aggression.

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PROGRAM OPTIONS
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AMATEUR BOXING SAFETY
  • Contrary to some perceptions, amateur boxing
    ranks as the safest sport of all contact sports
    including Football, Wrestling, Hockey and Rugby.
  • Public misconception about the safety of the
    sport is based on highly publicized, but minimal
    numbers of injuries, and highly publicized abuses
    of athletes at the professional level.
  • At the 2006 USA Boxing National Championships,
    not one athlete required post-event surgery.
    After the first weekend of the 2007 NFL season,
    41 players incurred serious knee, shoulder,
    ankle, head, or broken bone operations.
  • Boxing 1.3 fatalities per 100,000 participants.
    Fatality risks of certain other sports are 200
    times as high as for boxing, including football
    (3 fatalities per 100,000 participants)2
  • Among children and youth ages 5 18, the five
    leading sports or recreational activities which
    account for concussions include bicycling,
    football, basketball, playground activities, and
    soccer1.
  • Of 30 sports and recreational activities, boxing
    ranked safer than 17 sports, including football,
    playground activities, soccer, baseball, hockey,
    gymnastics, ice skating, and track and field1.
  • When boxers are hurt it is news. Yet, when the
    same injuries or worse occur in football, hockey
    and many other sports, they are accepted as part
    of the game.

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1 Department of Health and Human Services, CDC.
Non-fatal sports and recreation-related traumatic
brain injuries treated in Emergency Departments
United States, 2001 2005. 2 1994 Johns Hopkins
study
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WHY BOXING?
There is nothing training cannot do. Nothing is
above its reach. It can turn bad morals to good
it can destroy bad principles and recreate good
ones it can lift men to angelship.
--Mark Twain
Boxing gave me the opportunities to grow into
the person that I am today. -- Alexis
Arguello (Three time World professional
champion, now a highly-respected Nicaraguan
politician.)
The fight is won or lost far away from witnesses
behind the lines, in the gym and out there on
the road, long before I dance under those
lights. -- Muhammad Ali
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POSITIVE IMPACT ON THE SCHOOL COMMUNITY
  • In an article published by the Michigan Boxing
    Gym, What is good about boxing?, it was noted
    that
  • Once the athlete is involved in boxing, the
    effect of a structured, organized program is
    almost immediate.
  • The youngster has a positive release of energy
    and frustrationsome of the things that go into
    building characterstarting with confidence, one
    of the primary benefits of being involved in a
    properly run boxing program is gaining
    confidence.
  • By developing their skills in the ring and
    learning how to train properly to be in the
    right shape, athletes become very confident in
    themselves.
  • This is a sort of trait that everyone wants to
    see our young people develop.
  • Every student who avoids jail as a result of
    boxing represents 7 million of positive economic
    value to himself and his community over 35
    years.
  • Source State of Connecticut

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ITS AS SIMPLE AS 123
ROUND ONE GETTING READY ROUND TWO THE
LAUNCH ROUND THREE THE FUN
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ROUND ONE GETTING READY
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ROUND TWO THE LAUNCH
  • Proposed Dates
  • Spring Semester, January to May
  • Fall Semester, September to December
  • Time
  • During gym class or after school program
  • Location
  • On-site at the school or students bussed to local
    boxing gym for training sessions

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ROUND THREE THE FUN
Schedule will be similar for each workout session
but will vary depending on the level of the
athlete.
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PROGRAM DETAILS BEGINNER LEVEL Weeks 1 - 3
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PROGRAM DETAILS BEGINNER LEVEL Weeks 1 - 3
Warm-up Examples
  • Phase 1 Light Cardiovascular Activity
    (Approximately 5 minutes)
  • Purpose Begin increasing body temperature and
    heart rate
  • Example 20 30 seconds each drill
  • Jog (around or in place)
  • Jumping Jacks
  • Butt Kicks
  • Cross country skiers
  • High knees
  • High Shuffle (back and forth over 5 10 feet)
  • Side to side hops
  • Line step-overs (15 seconds per lead leg)
  • Mountain climbers
  • Phase 2 Range of Motion (Stretching) Exercises
    (Approximately 5 minutes)
  • Purpose Slowly move the body through varying
    ranges to prepare to activity
  • Example 10 repetitions each (hold stretch for 2
    seconds)
  • Hug knee to chest
  • Quad stretch
  • Lunge
  • Straight leg kicks
  • Foot to chest
  • Lateral lunge
  • Arm circles
  • Lateral reaches
  • Wrist stretches

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PROGRAM DETAILS BEGINNER LEVEL Weeks 1 - 3
Warm-up Examples (continued)
  • Phase 3 Advanced Skill Exercises (Approximately
    5 - 10 minutes)
  • Purpose Increase exercise intensity and
    coordination in preparation for activity
  • Example 20 yards each
  • Carioca (both sides)
  • A-skip
  • Backwards C-skip
  • Running High Knees
  • High Knee Carioca (both sides)
  • Low shuffle (both sides)
  • Back pedal
  • Medium height skip
  • Power skip
  • Phase 4 Boxing Specific Exercises (Approximately
    5 10 minutes)
  • Purpose Shift the Workout focus towards the
    specific boxing drills to be performed
  • Example
  • Front/Back/Lateral Steps
  • 1-2s with proper steps
  • Shadow Box

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PROGRAM DETAILS BEGINNER LEVEL Weeks 1 - 3
  • Boxing Technique Drill Examples
  • (10 15 minutes)
  • Learning how to wrap hands
  • Jab Drill
  • 1-1-2 Jab, Jab, Straight
  • Learning pivots and step-arounds
  • Cool Down Examples
  • (5 10 minutes)
  • Abdominal Exercises
  • Stretching
  • Conditioning Example
  • 10 15 minutes
  • Jump-rope 10 15 minutes

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PROGRAM DETAILS INTERMEDIATE LEVEL Weeks 4 - 7
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PROGRAM DETAILS INTERMEDIATE LEVEL Weeks 4 - 7
Warm-up Examples
  • Phase 1 Light Cardiovascular Activity
    (Approximately 5 minutes)
  • Purpose Begin increasing body temperature and
    heart rate
  • Example 20 30 seconds each drill
  • Jog (around or in place)
  • Jumping Jacks
  • Butt Kicks
  • Cross country skiers
  • High knees
  • High Shuffle (back and forth over 5 10 feet)
  • Side to side hops
  • Carioca
  • Mountain climbers
  • Phase 2 Range of Motion (Stretching) Exercises
    (Approximately 5 minutes)
  • Purpose Slowly move the body through varying
    ranges to prepare to activity
  • Example 10 repetitions each (hold stretch for 2
    seconds)
  • Hug foot to chest
  • Quad stretch with ground touch
  • Lunge (Reverse)
  • Outside/Inside Kicks
  • Squats
  • Lateral lunge
  • Arm circles
  • Twisting Lunge
  • Wrist stretches

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PROGRAM DETAILS INTERMEDIATE LEVEL Weeks 4 - 7
Warm-up Examples (continued)
  • Phase 3 Advanced Skill Exercises (Approximately
    5 - 10 minutes)
  • Purpose Increase exercise intensity and
    coordination in preparation for activity
  • Example 20 yards each
  • High Knee Carioca (both sides)
  • A-skip
  • Straight Leg Kick
  • Backwards C-skip
  • A/C Skip
  • Running High Knees
  • High Knee Carioca (both sides)
  • Low shuffle Zig-Zag
  • Back pedal
  • Medium height skip
  • Power skip
  • Phase 4 Boxing Specific Exercises (Approximately
    5 10 minutes)
  • Purpose Shift the Workout focus towards the
    specific boxing drills to be performed
  • Example
  • Front/Back/Lateral Steps with pivotal and step
    around
  • 1-2s with proper steps
  • 1,2,3,1 with steps
  • Shadow Box

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PROGRAM DETAILS INTERMEDIATE LEVEL Weeks 4 - 7
  • Boxing Technique Drill Examples
  • (10 15 minutes)
  • Straight 1-2 Rapid Fire
  • 1-2-3 Step Around
  • Double Straight Right/Left Hook

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PROGRAM DETAILS INTERMEDIATE LEVEL Weeks 4 - 7
  • Conditioning Examples
  • (10 15 minutes)
  • Jump rope 5 10 minutes
  • Running
  • Shuttle sprints 15 yards down and back with 30
    seconds rest
  • Cool Down Examples
  • (5 minutes)
  • Abdominal Exercises
  • Stretching

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PROGRAM DETAILS ADVANCED LEVEL Weeks 8 - 10
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PROGRAM DETAILS ADVANCED LEVEL Weeks 8 - 10
Warm-up Examples (similar to Intermediate level)
  • Phase 1 Light Cardiovascular Activity
    (Approximately 5 minutes)
  • Purpose Begin increasing body temperature and
    heart rate
  • Example 20 30 seconds each drill
  • Jog (around or in place)
  • Jumping Jacks
  • Butt Kicks
  • Cross country skiers
  • High knees
  • High Shuffle (back and forth over 5 10 feet)
  • Side to side hops
  • Carioca
  • Mountain climbers
  • Phase 2 Range of Motion (Stretching) Exercises
    (Approximately 5 minutes)
  • Purpose Slowly move the body through varying
    ranges to prepare to activity
  • Example 10 repetitions each (hold stretch for 2
    seconds)
  • Hug foot to chest
  • Quad stretch with ground touch
  • Lunge (Reverse)
  • Outside/Inside Kicks
  • Squats
  • Lateral lunge
  • Arm circles
  • Twisting Lunge
  • Wrist stretches

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PROGRAM DETAILS ADVANCED LEVEL Weeks 8 - 10
Warm-up Examples (continued)
  • Phase 3 Advanced Skill Exercises (Approximately
    5 - 10 minutes)
  • Purpose Increase exercise intensity and
    coordination in preparation for activity
  • Example 20 yards each
  • High Knee Carioca (both sides)
  • A-skip
  • Straight Leg Kick
  • Backwards C-skip
  • A/C Skip
  • Running High Knees
  • High Knee Carioca (both sides)
  • Low shuffle Zig-Zag
  • Back pedal
  • Medium height skip
  • Power skip
  • Phase 4 Boxing Specific Exercises (Approximately
    5 10 minutes)
  • Purpose Shift the Workout focus towards the
    specific boxing drills to be performed
  • Example
  • Front/Back/Lateral Steps with pivotal and step
    around
  • 1-2s with proper steps
  • 1,2,3,1 with steps
  • Shadow Box

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PROGRAM DETAILS ADVANCED LEVEL Weeks 8 - 10
  • Boxing Technique Drill Examples, similar to
    Intermediate level (10 15 minutes)
  • Straight 1-2 Rapid Fire
  • 1-2-3 Step Around
  • Double Straight Right/Left Hook

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PROGRAM DETAILS ADVANCED LEVEL Weeks 8 - 10
  • Conditioning Examples
  • (10 15 minutes)
  • Jump rope 5 10 minutes
  • Running
  • Shuttle sprints 15 yards down and back with 30
    seconds rest
  • Cool Down Examples
  • (5 minutes)
  • Abdominal Exercises
  • Stretching

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
  • For additional information please contact
  • LBC CONTACT INFORMATION HERE

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